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At panel talks, Hu stresses Tibet stability

March 15, 2012

President Hu Jintao on Friday stressed maintaining national integrity, ethnic unity and social stability in Tibet, and other Chinese leaders also joined with national legislators in panel discussions.

During a panel discussion with legislators from the Tibet autonomous region at the ongoing legislative session, Hu urged the consolidation of the foundation for the construction of a socialist new Tibet.

"Stability and harmony should be maintained in Tibet, with social management being enhanced and improved," he told the deputies to the National People's Congress.

Premier Wen Jiabao joined discussions with NPC deputies from the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region and said he has taken note of the sound and rapid development of Guangxi during the past few years, an achievement attributed mainly to ethnic unity in the region.

Li Changchun, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, joined in a discussion with NPC deputies from the southernmost island province of Hainan, expecting it to become a world tourist destination.

Joining in a panel discussion with the NPC delegation from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Vice-President Xi Jinping urged the region to pay equal attention to development and stability while making steady efforts to improve the people's livelihoods.

At a discussion with the Fujian delegation, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang urged the costal province to create new prosperity, promote industrial upgrading, and develop the oceanic economy.

Li asked the province to better build the economic zone on the west side of the Taiwan Straits, and to promote deepened cooperation and mutual development along with the other side of the waterway.

He Guoqiang, chief of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC, attended a panel discussion with the Henan delegation, hoping that Henan facilitates economic restructuring, consolidates the fundamental role of agriculture and coordinates the development between rural and urban centers.

He also urged Henan authorities to improve the people's quality of life, enhance the capacity-building of the Party, advance anti-corruption campaigns, make more efforts to tackle issues concerning the public, and boost the construction of the central economic zone.

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